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At school, a child is exposed to a lot of sensory information as well as they are required to sit and focus for long periods of time and interact socially with their peers. It’s a LOT of work!
Many children hold it all together at school but then break down at home - home is their safe space and they feel comfortable enough to melt down.
This episode is all about how to help your child if they are melting down at home, after a long day at school! We talk about WHY and HOW to help!
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